no, I calculated the return series in Excel and imported the data into R. Then
I transformed the data into a vector as I need a vector object of asset returns
and did the calculation.
From: Jim Lemon <drjimle...@gmail.com>
Sent: 15 October 2016 11:06
Subject: Re: [R] Return.clean () - PerformanceAnalytics package
Have you tried converting "clearntest" or "data" into a time series?
On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 4:47 AM, T.Riedle <tr...@kent.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am trying to clean return data using the Return.clean() function in the
> PerformanceAnalytics package. Hence, my code looks as follows but I get an
> error message.
> cleantest <- read.csv("D:/Studie_vola_difference/cleantest.csv")
> Error in checkData(R, method = "xts") :
> The data cannot be converted into a time series. If you are trying to pass
> in names from a data object with one column, you should use the form
> 'data[rows, columns, drop = FALSE]'. Rownames should have standard date
> formats, such as '1985-03-15'.
> Can anybody help me on this error? What is wrong with my code?
> Thanks for your support.
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